Units remain vacant at the large retail site in Aylesbury and one space was recently filled by Bensons for Beds.
Poundland already has an Aylesbury store with a shop currently located on the High Street. And the company also had a short-lived store at the Cambridge Street retail park previously.
Last year, The Bucks Herald revealed that a £1.8m loan had been approved by Bucks Council to enable a major retailer to takeover the empty shop space.
A report from March 2021 stated: "A suitable long term tenant has been identified but the terms of the deal requires enabling works to achieve a full market rent with the level of return set out in the report considered in the confidential appendices.
"The proposed works and letting deliver a high-quality covenant, reduces existing budget pressure by creating a secure income stream and will raise the profile of the Retail Park, improving the prospects of further lettings of the remaining units to high-quality covenants at a full market rent."
Speculation locally suggested many believed Primark may be eyeing a move to the large adjoining units. The nearest Primark stores are in Hemel Hempstead, High Wycombe and Milton Keynes.
Bucks Council couldn’t comment further due to a confidentiality agreement it said.
When asked about the potential Poundland move Bucks Council said no decision has been made on the remaining unit at the retail park.
A spokesperson from Poundland told The Bucks Herald: "Aylesbury is a great town for Poundland. We're always looking for new locations and as soon as we've got any news to share we'll be in touch."
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